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Question 5: Where Can I Turn For Services? (Services)  

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Fiscal Year: 2010

Download 2010 Question 5 projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Futures Project: Preparing special educators to use evidence-based practices to support desirable futures for students with significant disabilities Falco, Ruth Q5.Other Portland State University
Behavioral intervention in autism: Practitioner skills Hamad, Charles Q5.L.C Praxis, Inc.
Functional money skills readiness training: Teaching relative values Kledaras, Joanne Q5.Other Praxis, Inc.
Training personnel in minority institutions to serve infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities Brusca-Vega, Rita Q5.Other Purdue University
Victimization, pragmatic language, and social and emotional competence in adolescents with ASD Kelley, Elizabeth Q5.S.D Queen's University
State ASD Demonstration Program Garneau, Deborah Q5.S.C Rhode Island Department of Health
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Training Program High, Pam Q5.L.C Rhode Island Hospital
Sustaining evidence-based practice for young learners with autism spectrum disorders through a M.A. degree program Hall, Laura Q5.Other San Diego State University
Improving the preparation of related services personnel to serve children with autism spectrum disorders: The Transdisciplinary Autism Specialty Project (TASP) Gutierrez-Clellen, Vera Q5.L.C San Diego State University Foundation
Personnel development to improve services and results for children with disabilities Amison, Jennie Q5.L.C San Diego State University Foundation
Transdisciplinary approaches to autism spectrum disorders Amison, Jennie Q5.Other San Diego State University Research Foundation
Project Mosaic: Preparing highly qualified educators to meet the unique needs of students with autism in diverse settings Wolfberg, Pamela Q5.L.C San Francisco State University
Collaborative partnerships Riveros-Schafer, Enrique Q5.L.C San Francisco State University
New Families, Agencies, Communities, and Educational Strategies (FACES) in early childhood special education Hughes, Margaret Q5.L.C San Jose State University Foundation
Joining forces to meet the challenge: Preparing special educators who will also be able to meet the needs of young children with autism spectrum Cook, Ruth Q5.Other Santa Clara University
Preparing special educators to be leaders in the implementation of effective techniques for supporting children and youth with autism spectrum disorders Cook, Ruth Q5.Other Santa Clara University
Southern Connecticut State University Center for Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders Eren, Ruth Q5.L.C Southern Connecticut State University
Remote parent training project Openden, Daniel Q5.L.A Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)
Measuring the effects of training parents to provide intervention via the Arizona Telemedicine Program Openden, Daniel Q5.L.A Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Training Program Feldman, Heidi Q5.L.C Stanford University
State ASD Demonstration Program Pitre, Jennifer Bolden Q5.S.C Statewide Parent Advocacy Network of New Jersey
Comprehensive collection, charting, and communication system Levine, Minna Q5.Other Symtrend, Inc.
Tennessee State Personnel Development Grant McDonald, Veronica Q5.Other Tennessee Department of Education
Autism interventions and innovative evaluation of teacher quality Baker, Candace Q5.L.C Texas A & M International University
Texas Educators for Students with Autism (TESA) Webber, Jo Q5.Other Texas State University-San Marcos